Camp Snoopy opened at Knott's in 1983 and marked the first time a theme park built an area just for kids.
On the Red Baron, kids can ride their own mini Sopwith Camel – a British World War I single-seat biplane fighter. Years ago, the Red Baron was in the Boardwalk, next to where Coasters is today. It was moved to Camp Snoopy to make room for Perilous Plunge.
A ride for the more adventurous members of the family, Sierra Sidewinder is one of the country’s only spinning coasters. Don’t underestimate this one; the free-spinning cars add an unusual sensations to this otherwise tame ride. It’s really a lot of fun.
The Grand Sierra Railroad takes guests on a gentle journey under Sierra Sidewinder, Montezuma's Revenge, Jaguar! and Silver Bullet.